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How geological variations govern local expertise this month focuses on Devon and Cornwall

During the Pleistocene, Devon and Cornwall were beyond the maximum extent of the ice sheets. The area experienced cold-climate periglacial conditions and was affected by periodic lowering of sea level, when huge quantities of water were locked up in the advancing ice sheets.

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